Huawei cleared for 5G trials as gt brushes aside US concerns
NEW DELHI: Controversial telecom equipment provider Huawei has been allowed to participate in the 5G trials slated for the early part of next year, despite question marks and censures ag inst the company in some countries in the West – particularly the US — over security and other concerns.
Huawei will now be able to join other global equipment makers such as Sweden’s Ericsson, Finland’s Nokia, US’s Cisco and South Korea’s Samsung in rolling out 5G use cases in India which are expected to lay the foundation of the country’s next-gen telecom ecosy em before an eventual launch around the end of 2021.
Ending months of speculation on participation of Huawei and other makers such as ZTE, telecommunications and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the go nment has not restricted any company from being part of the trials.
However, there is still no clarity on whether Huawei will be allowed to sell its equipment when 5G technology will start getting deployed.
The age of 5G is coming... We have taken a decision to give 5G spectrum for trials to all the players,” telecom and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Monday, adding that an in-principle decision has been taken on the matter. Asked specifically about the status of Huawei, the minister said, “All players means all players”. Prasad said the telecom department would start work on kickstarting the trials. “I would like new innovations by Indian players in 5G. 5G is the future, it is speed. Therefore, we will encourage new innovations in 5G,” the minister said.
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Propat • 4 hours ago
should never be allowed for security reasons and being a friend if enemy
Girish• USA • 59 mins ago
India is making a BLUNDER here !!!
World Traveller • 4 hours ago
Don’t allow Huawei. Don’t trust technology.
Abilash • world traveller • India • 10 mins ago
Do not travel to , Do not eat food? Can you...??? Stop your double standard.....! Can you feed poor Indian people?
你能做到吗? ? ?
Rswamy Ranganathan• 4 hours ago
Why should we go to war with ? Fighting poverty is their only re gion.
Wkr • 5 hours ago
India is a m country have no guts to say no to
From Kolkata • 5 hours ago
This is ploy of USA and India to see the real workings of Huawei in a test bed !!! And Find the details ..
Guest • 4 hours ago
Sad to see India being blackmailed by . This is a dangerous move for the security of the nation.
Lashtam Pashtam • 2 hours ago
Huawei's 5G technology must not be used. are dirty cunning double faced bars tards!
Puspendra Mathaaru • 2 hours ago
Worst decision by Modi Gt. will steal all public data.
sureshachar • Bangalore • 2 hours ago
Congress had never allowed company but Modi gave them statue of unity order and telecom etc height of co ption and anti national
saket shanker• 1 hour ago
Kuch bhi... Congress had never allowed company...lol...are you a fan of Raga?
Suresh • • 3 hours ago
These are just trials to shows India is fair to all and and in all probability Samsung stands a good chance to pip the race. Gt is wise not to give an enemy country reins to run a strategic industry and risk national security
Vinod Raina • 35 mins ago
This is a good move, not bowing to US pressure
Krishan Kumar Totlani • Jaipur • 54 mins ago
So India has finally ignored US warning & allowed 5G trials with Telecommunication Giant” Huawei”.
Sumit • 1 hour ago
we can't follow any nation blindly..we have to go for best at best price..we will evaluate and take call for safety also..keep going.
Nami • 3 hours ago
they should have banned Huawei like USA.
Smoking • Smoke Weed and Fly • 3 hours ago
As of now it only allowed Huawei for 5G trials as go nment wants to show a fair playground for all the players.
But I think Samsubg stands a good chance above all.
Citizen • 4 hours ago
Hitesh • 28 mins ago
Wrong decision, may be suicidal decision.
Hsb • 29 mins ago
will steal all private data of indians. Not a good step.
Youtube • 1 hour ago
is Pakistan's friend. We should boycott products.
Ajit • 2 hours ago
good. we should not buckle down under usa pressure